Spanish 1: Pronouns

You are not yet enrolled in this course.

Course Description

Spanish pronouns are an optional part of the Spanish language, and may be used when referring to a subject in a sentence. For example, when sayingI am going to the store one could use the pronoun yo, or simply sayvoy al tienda. Subject pronouns can be used to make the sentence more clear, and are especially helpful when two or more people are involved. For example, if you wanted to sayShe and I are going to the store you could use the pronouns ella and yo to avoid confusion. Subject pronouns are also used to help the listener better understand who is performing the action in a sentence. There is a Spanish pronoun that is used mainly in Spain. It is “vosotros” (you, informal plural). Because it is not used in every-day speech as much among Latin Americans, we will not practice it in-depth in this course.

Key Concepts

Language Tips from Dave

Realistic Goals

Set realistic goals for yourself and break them down into achievable steps. This will help you to stay motivated and track your progress.

Dave Clark Director of VerbMastery.com